ΑΦΜ from the maternity hospital! Government promotes tax registration number for infants and minors!

The registration of the child at the registry will immediately initiate the ΑΦΜ registration process. The Citizens’ Electronic Identification Plan provides for a ΑΦΜ ID with the AMKA. The goal is to have a complete picture of the financial profile of each taxpayer. Efforts to put this plan into effect by 2020
The issuance of ΑΦΜ IDs by the maternity hospital , the extraordinary procedure of allocating tax ID numbers to all minors through next year’s tax returns and the linking of IDs to the AMKA as well as the numbers of new police IDs provides the plan the government is developing to complete the e-government. identification of all citizens of the country.

Discussions involving the Ministries of Digital Governance, Finance, Labor and the Independent Public Revenue Office have already begun as the plan is to be fully implemented by 2020.

Citizens ‘ electronic identification is considered to be the ‘key’ to reducing bureaucracy , as it will pave the way for the conversion of many of the processes currently underway to one or more public services. Also, electronic identification is considered to be the first necessary step to further strengthen the State control mechanism. Among the goals are, for example, the “consolidation” of the file with the public debtors maintained by the Independent Public Revenue Authority with the corresponding of the debtors in the pension funds maintained by the Insurance Debt Collection Center (KEAO).

The government’s first objective is to deliver the ambitious tax plan to all citizens of the country without any hassle.

The first step will be to establish the process of delivering the ΑΦΜ to the maternity hospitals. There, parents are contacted by the Greek State anyway, as they are required to provide (in most cases) copies of IDs, recent marriage registrations and a marital status certificate within 10 calendar days of the child ‘s birth. child. The registry is then issued by the registry to give birth to the newborn in order for parents to request (usually via a KEP) the issuance of the AMKA.

The tax authorities have already introduced “at all” procedures for issuing a tax register number, ie ΑΦΜ issuance procedures on the initiative of the HRAD itself and not the taxpayer. Thus, the main scenario at the table is that the birth registration of the child should be initiated and the VAT registration procedure should be initiated without the additional inconvenience of the parent.

The electronic interconnection of the Registries with AADE will pave the way for the direct issuance of ΑΦΜ. In addition, the tax authorities will be able to access the full details required to issue the tax identification number: surname, surname, father and mother’s name, date of birth and address of residence. All that will be missing is the name of the child, although it is thought that this can be supplemented as information after baptism. In addition to introducing the LFS delivery procedure for newborns, a LFS delivery procedure should also be introduced for all minor children, but also for protected members who have not yet completed the LFS issue.

The current framework provides that those who are economically active and / or protected members (ie children) must be paid ΑΦΜ on completion of 18 years of age. A minor may also be subject to ΑΦΜ, but this presupposes that they have an asset in their name or receive an income or allowance.

Citizens without IDPs are estimated to reach (if not exceed) two million, as few parents rush to give IDPs to their children unless there is a specific reason (eg collecting a benefit). In order to avoid the mass relocation of citizens to the DOIs, the scenario is that the ΑΦΜ tax should be issued through the tax return. It shows the details of the protected members, so it is again possible to make a VAT refund with the tax office procedures. This is because through the tax return the authorities know the surname, name, father’s name, AMKA and address of residence.

The universal distribution of IDS to all citizens of the country, as well as the link between the IDM and the AMKA and the ID number , are considered “key” to promoting “electronic signature” and further digitization of public services. The need to consolidate the individual electronic files that are scattered across the various public services has already been identified , without any ‘consolidation’ at present.

For example, overdue debts to the State are registered both on the basis of the Ministry of Labor and the corresponding AADE, but without the State being able to form a “single picture” of each citizen’s debts to the State.

That is why, to date, every citizen has to make more than one arrangement to settle their debts (different for the tax office and different for the insurance funds). By identifying the citizens and integrating them into a single registry, the way will also be opened for the interconnection of the EADE, EFKA and KEAO electronic files to provide a complete picture of each taxpayer’s financial profile.

source – newsit.gr

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